tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC December 18, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am PST
anchor: busy guy. anchor: >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- channing tatum, john boyega, musical guests, young peoples chorus of new york city, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 391, happy chaka khan! >> steve: and now, here he is,
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! looking good, you guys. looking good. hi. hey. oh, hot crowd tonight. >> steve: hot! hot crowd right here tonight, in new york city. [ cheers and applause ] welcome. welcome. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. this is it. you're here. you made it. this is the show you wanna be at. [ cheers and applause ] this is a hot show. welcome to "the tonight show." i'm your host, jimmy fallon. i just can't believe it, but we are just one week away from christmas. that's it. [ cheers and applause ] one week away. which means today is that special day when husbands tell their wives, "i give up. just tell me what you want. [ laughter and applause ] i have no idea. i have no clue." all right. let's get to some news here. after months of waiting, the most-anticipated movie of the year finally came out last night. and critics and fans are saying
previous sequels. that's right. "alvin and the chipmunks: the road chip" finally in theaters. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: road chip! >> jimmy: raise up. alvin! yeah. [ laughter ] that's right. "alvin and the chipmunks: the road chip" is about the chipmunks taking a road trip to miami. and then when they find out "star wars" opens the same day as their movie they just keep driving straight into the ocean. >> steve: really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's sad. >> steve: sad. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's a drama. it's a drama. and it's -- >> steve: bittersweet. >> jimmy: yeah. it's bittersweet. yeah. guys, some political news here. tomorrow is the third democratic presidential debate. [ cheers ] experts say hillary clinton needs to hold on to her lead. bernie sanders needs to try to catch up. [ cheers ] and martin o'malley will be there. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: he will be there. >> steve: yeah. he's gonna show up. >> jimmy: "abc news" is hosting the democratic debate at saint anselm college in new hampshire tomorrow. and if you don't remember all of the candidates, well, here's hillary clinton.
and here's bernie sanders. [ laughter and applause ] so just so you know that's all three candidates. you see who they are. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: you know who they are when you see them on the screen. >> steve: gotta know. >> jimmy: and barbara walters interviewed donald trump yesterday and at one point things got pretty real. check it out. >> if you lose the republican nomination, are you a loser? [ laughter ] >> certainly, yeah. i hate to say it. if i lost the nomination, yeah. i guess i'd call myself a a loser. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. "but i'd be the biggest loser there ever was. [ laughter and applause ] winners would wanna be losers just to be like me. that's how good of a loser i'd be, okay?" [ laughter ] you can kinda tell that he's never considered losing until that exact moment. [ laughter ] like -- >> steve: what? >> jimmy: i don't know. some news out of washington. the department of health announced it's extending the
to january 1st. cause what better time to sign up for obamacare than the day we all lie to ourselves about being healthier. [ laughter ] saying, no more pizzas. [ applause ] okay, one more pizza, but that's it. then no more, okay, we'll have two -- two pieces. check this out. the air force just told cnn that it plans to be using fighter jets that actually shoot lasers by 2020. yeah. but until then, pilots will have to just fire regular missiles while doing this -- [ laser sound effects ] [ laughter and applause ] [ laser sound effects ] some international news here. brazil announced that it is shutting down the facebook owned messaging app "whatsapp" for two days because of a drug case. mark zuckerberg called it a sad day for brazil. it was so sad in brazil today that they only parted in the streets for half the day. >> steve: oh.
[ clapping ] >> steve: that's it. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: speaking of facebook, i saw that it launched its year in review feature. okay. which brings up some of your top facebook photos from the past year. that's right. facebook's year in review, which should be a huge improvement over its original name, parade of regrets. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: when you go, yeah, yeah, yeah. skip over that. uh, yeah, uh. and youtube just released its annual end of the year compilation of viral hits. it's pretty fun to watch but, of course, you probably have seen them all before, which is why we decided to put together the best of this year's anti-viral hits. [ laughter ] these are videos from this year that have less than ten views. [ laughter ] now, they are real. they are real. and it probably -- this moment won't exist again ever again because someone's gonna click and watch these videos but we're all gonna experience and live through this together.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: here's our list of anti-viral hits. here you go, guys. always lonely [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that last video, only one view, because we're the people that viewed it. [ laughter ] last night. we watched it last night. >> steve: you just had to find it. >> jimmy: last night we watched it so that counted as one view. >> steve: zero views to one. >> jimmy: yeah. it was great. that's great. >> steve: you started increasing it 100%. >> jimmy: this is pretty cute here, you guys. bei bei, the panda, the baby panda at the national zoo in d.c. just had its first media audience this week and it slept through most of the event. [ audience aws ] in related news, it looks like ben carson found his spirit animal. [ laughter and applause ] he was like, "it's a panda
the perfect animal." finally, as i mentioned earlier, "star wars: the force awakens" was finally released to the public yesterday. and it's already becoming a a critical and box office success. and it's pretty clear that the franchise is staying alive. so we thought we would show our excitement the only way we know how, by editing footage from the "star wars" movies to the tune of "stayin' alive" by the bee gees. [ cheers and applause ] you can clap along, you can dance along. check this out everybody. [ laughter ] well you can tell by the way i use my walk i'm a women's man no time to talk music loud and women warm i've been kicked around since i was born and now it's all right it's okay and you may look the other way we can try to understand the new york times effect on man whether you're a brother or whether you're a mother you're stayin' alive stayin' alive feel the city breakin' and everybody shakin' stayin' alive
ah ha ha ha stayin' alive stayin' alive ah ah ah ah no no no ah ah ha ha ha ha [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! >> steve: oh, ho ho. >> jimmy: thank you, guys. >> steve: that's a nice little easter egg. >> jimmy: we have a got a a fantastic show tonight. this guy is one of our favorites around here. he's so much fun such a great actor, from the new quentin tarantino film, "the hateful eight," channing tatum is here tonight. >> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] we're gonna talk to him about that movie then he and i are
egg russian roulette. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: that's right. plus, he's the new star of the biggest movie in the world. look at this guy. look at him. >> steve: ooh. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah. good stuff. yeah. "star wars: the force awakens," john boyega is dropping by. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's a star. he's a stud. look at this. >> steve: look at that. >> jimmy: cover of "rolling stone." he's just a good dude. i like this guy. and we have a special holiday performance. this is -- every year we try to do something cool like this and it's just amazing we can put all of this stuff together. if you're a fan of charlie brown, or the charlie brown specials, or you grew up with it, or you're just getting into it, tonight is really cool. we have a performance from the young people's chorus of new york city. and the roots. [ cheers and applause ] it's really -- it's -- >> steve: it's beautiful. >> jimmy: it just gets ya. >> steve: it gets ya. >> jimmy: it gets ya in the spirit. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: it gets you ready for next week. and just grab a little glass of warm buttermilk. >> steve: nog.
>> steve: oh, we have warm -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. and what do you drink around the holidays? >> steve: i usually drink like eggnog or something like that. >> jimmy: yeah. usually i get together with my parents we put our beanbag chairs around. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: we sit down and have our buttermilk. warm -- lukewarm buttermilk. [ laughter ] >> steve: with chunks of lard in it? >> jimmy: yeah, if you're lucky. who ever gets that you have to throw the beanbag party next year. [ laughter ] oh, man. it's a little -- a little bittersweet. but i won't get into it. >> steve: what happened? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't tell you this? >> steve: tell me what? >> jimmy: about my grandma. >> steve: your grandma? what happened? no. >> jimmy: i mean, i can't believe i'm doing this on live television but you didn't hear what happened to my grandmother last year. >> steve: no, no. i'm been busy. crazy -- >> jimmy: we had a party christmas eve. >> steve: i know about that. sorry i missed it. >> jimmy: it was our house. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: my wife and i threw it. we had everyone over to our house. >> steve: i heard it was great. >> jimmy: great time. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: in all seriousness. we had eggnog and we had -- it was just, i mean, grandma had a
[ laughter ] >> steve: well, spawn of the grapes, she's likes it simple. >> jimmy: and i don't know if she took her medications or what. we're just waiting for the autopsy report. let me cut to the chase. [ laughter ] >> steve: autopsy? >> jimmy: why don't we just cut to the chase. my grandma got run over by a a reindeer. >> steve: oh. [ applause ] are you serious? >> jimmy: can you believe my luck? >> steve: no, that's ridiculous. all along your house christmas eve? >> jimmy: everybody's having a a great time. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: we're having a blast. i mean, i don't mean to get angry about this. but this is the type of thing -- >> steve: but that's just ridiculous. >> jimmy: i'm having -- i spent all of months thinking what are we gonna eat? what are we gonna do? music we're going to play. >> steve: you plan this party for so long and then someone murders her? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is -- we don't know. again, we have to wait for the criminal -- >> steve: autopsy. okay, all right. >> jimmy: we don't know if it was murder or what. we don't know. >> steve: foul play. you don't what it was. >> jimmy: we don't know what. yeah. >> steve: yeah. well was there any evidence? >> jimmy: well, i came out the next -- it was christmas day. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: we're opening up the gifts. everyone having a good time and
>> jimmy: she had hoof prints on her forehead. [ laughter ] >> steve: on her forehead? least. >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: and she had -- >> steve: her head was crushed by a >> jimmy: no, no, no. well, no, it was fine. but it was like her back, too. i saw. >> steve: are you kidding me >> jimmy: she was lying topless in the snow. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh my. >> jimmy: i mean, the whole thing is >> steve: it's ridiculo >> jimmy: and grandpa was there and the whole thing. i don't wanna get int >> steve: and he a rel [ laughter ] such a religious man. >> jimmy: he really was. we still believe. [ laughter ] but we still believe everything. [ applause ] isn't that great? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys today is friday. that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. [ cheers and applause ] i check my inbox. i return some e-mails. i return some tree mail. yeah. and then, of course, and i send out thank you notes, as well. [ cheers and applause ] i was wondering -- do you guys mind? can i write out some thank you notes right now? can i do that, if you don't mind? thank you guys, so much. [ cheers and applause ] james, james, from the roots, james can i get some thank you note writing music, please? i think i know what to get him for -- >> steve: wow.
>> steve: yeah. a tie. >> jimmy: a tie. [ laughter ] yeah, absolutely. >> steve: he got that from the david lynch collection. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: look at that. >> jimmy: thank you, matthew mcconaughey, for attending the "star wars" premiere. or as yoda put it, "right all, right all, right all." [ laughter and applause ] stop making me do yoda. i can't do yoda. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: don't make me do it anymore. i don't know how to do him. >> steve: yoda. >> jimmy: tariq can do yoda, right? >> tariq: yes, do yoda, i can. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: always rubbing it in your face. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, the lyric, "he's making a list and checking it twice," for showing me that santa claus has ocd. [ applause ] never knew that. checked it 15 times. >> steve: let me check it again. making a list checking it 15 times [ light laughter ] got to touch that
before he leaves the room [ laughter ] did i turn off the stove i forgot let me check >> jimmy: thank you, popcorn bins, for being the mercedes benz of snacks. [ laughter ] popcorn bin? >> steve: bin, tin. >> jimmy: i always call it popcorn tins. >> steve: i call them tin cause they're made of tin. >> jimmy: well, i was writing the thank you note and changed it to popcorn bins for the moment. >> steve: why did you do that? you were probably still thinking about your grandma. >> jimmy: i was thinking about it when i was writing. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, "a charlie brown christmas," for turning 50 years old this year. and finally making charlie brown's hairline seem appropriate. [ laughter and applause ] he's a bald -- >> steve: he is a bald man. >> jimmy: he's a bald child. >> steve: that's the sad thing about that. he's actually 60. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, the three wise men, for bringing the worst baby gifts ever.
l thank you. honey, wisemen brought myrrh for the baby. [ laughter ] thanks. >> steve: thank you. >> jimmy: we didn't know. no one else got us -- no one else got us. thank you so much. thank you. put it over by the frankincense. [ laughter ] want anything? buttermilk or anything? thank you, batteries, for not feeling lonely, even though you're never included. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: come on. come on. [ cheers and applause ] never included. >> jimmy: for the holidays. >> steve: kids can laugh at that one. >> jimmy: thank you, getting a a christmas-themed sweater on christmas. for basically saying, you can wear this today or 364 days from now. there you go.
[ applause ] thank you, c-3po, for being the love child of a crash test dummy and a saxophone. [ applause ] there you guys have it right there. those are thank you notes, here. there you go. thank you, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] popcorn bins. guys, we have exactly one show left before we go on christmas break. this is it. [ cheers and applause ] but it means that it's time for the last time of that "the tonight show" tradition. it's time for 12 days of christmas sweaters. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] 12 days of christmas sweaters no more shows >> jimmy: that is right. every night for the past 11 shows, we've been giving one lucky audience member a a kick-ass christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. and now, since this is the last
door number one. [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] can we dim the lights a little bit? can we dim the lights? yeah, yeah. that's what i'm talking about. that's a nice -- [ cheers and applause ] now, let's see who's going home with the last christmas sweater. everyone, look at your seat number. i need you to jump up if i call your number. and it has to be your number. [ laughter ] jump up, let me know where you are. quest, can we get a drum roll, please? [ drum roll ] who wants me to pick their number?
it is 283! [ cheers and applause ] whoa. hey, buddy. >> hey. >> jimmy: how are you, man. you been good? >> good, how about you? >> jimmy: great. here you go. this is for you. that's for you. what is your name? >> dylan. >> jimmy: dylan, where are you from, dylan? >> right here in long island. >> jimmy: long island, absolutely. right here. what are you kidding me over here? hey, right here, in long island. [ laughter ] don't worry about it. don't worry about it. all righty. no, it gets cold. >> only me would have this hair, right? >> jimmy: no. i love this hair. no, come on. can i touch it? >> go right ahead. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's bleeding, yeah. now, we're blood brothers. >> great. >> jimmy: do you want to try this guy on? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty good right there. here you want me to you hold your -- >> all right. >> jimmy: it's gonna be interesting here. i don't want -- i don't want your hair to rip the sweater. [ laughter ] oh, it looks beautiful right here. look.
look at this. [ cheers and applause ] doesn't that look great? turn around. turn around. let me see it. yeah! oh. oh! you're the man, brother. that's a magical sweater. you're the best buddy. good man, buddy. please. go head. go sit down, all right. this is my show! go. give it up for my man right there. that's the best sweater. give it up. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. congrats again to my man. we'll be right back with channing tatum, ladies and gentlemen. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] with t-mobile and the incredible iphone 6s you can reach more people in more places than before. whether you're at home in the basement on the open road or pulling the late shift at work. you're more connected now because t-mobile doubled its lte coverage in the past year. and our extended range lte goes two times farther than before
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>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] welcome back. channing. >> hola, sir. >> jimmy: we love to have you on the show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we love to have you here and to be here in person. we love you. >> you're going to do the whole thing like that? >> jimmy: not the whole thing like that. how are you? how's everybody? how's the family? >> good, man. how are you? >> jimmy: everything's good. i'm so happy. >> your babies good? >> jimmy: babies are good? my babies are 2 1/2 and 1. >> 2 1/2? >> jimmy: doesn't really know what santa is yet or christmas or -- >> evy does. she gets the presents part. she's really down with the presents. [ laughter ] she's like, "what are those? i'm opening those." so we have to hide them. the santa thing is a little wishy-washy, though. >> jimmy: right, it's odd a a little bit, right? >> it's really creepy, because you know -- you know the whole mall thing. we did the mall thing and we were like, "look, you don't have to go up there and sit on the old man's lap. [ laughter ]
you know. >> jimmy: i was gonna say, it's kind of odd that you're telling your kid to do that. >> yeah, because you're basically tell them to not talk to strangers and set this whole thing up like, "look, strangers are bad." and then you go, "hey, would you like to talk to this old, strange man?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: weird outfit? >> yeah, like wearing a strange